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Jack Name - Weird Moons & Lune Spettrali (2015)

27-12-2015, 10:25
Rock | Indie | FLAC / APE

Title: Weird Moons & Lune Spettrali
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: Maple Death Records
Genre: Indie Rock, Lo-Fi
Quality: 320 / FLAC
Total Time: 51:34
Total Size: 119 / 429 MB


1. Werewolf Factory
2. Under the Weird Moon
3. Running After Ganymede
4. Lowly Ants
5. Waiting For Another Moon
6. Watcher Talk
7. IO
8. Something About Glenn Coins
9. Sound Was The Castle (live)
10 Werewolf Factory (live)
11 Running After Ganymede (live)
12 Lowly Ants (live)
13 Sharing With You (live)
14 Theme For A Stupid Guy (live)

Traveling in space and somehow landing on Maple Death: that is a voyage we’re into. In less than a year Jack Name, veteran of the shadowy Los Angeles underground (White Fence, Ariel Pink, Cass McCombs), has delivered big time. First came Light Show (God?/Drag City, 2014) a modern masterpiece of headphone alien rock’n’roll, then came Weird Moons (Castle Face Records, 2015) a true synthetic pop record, that took the whole thing a little further; 29 minutes of pure lost planet paranoid night calming songs. LUNE SPETTRALI is a limited C60 that pieces together Weird Moons on the A-side and Live In Bologna at Galleria Portanova12 on the B-side. Recorded live to tape on a hot summer night in the heart of Bologna’s downtown district in a tiny gallery hidden by one of the many porticos looming intensely in the city, this is a document of Jack Name’s 2015 European tour as a two piece creating mystery and myth night it and night out. At this label we are into deep cuts, and nothing more resembles a deep cut than the closing duo of unreleased gems Sharing With You and Theme For A Stupid Guy. If this is where Jack Name is headed for on his next LP buy me a trailer and some rope. I’m prepared to have dust in my eyes and follow this man.

Limited edition transparent hand-stamped cassette tape with inlay printed on 170 g popset avorio paper and download code.

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